MoonKnight7 has written 9 reviews for films rated ★★½ .

  • Dance with the Devil

    Dance with the Devil


    This was well interesting to say the least

  • Morbius



    This was not that bad as social media makes this movie out to be (you know a 1 star) but still bad enough to be boring.

    It started off a bit well but the wheels weren't strong enough to help it cruise through.

    Extremely bad and sometimes outright stupid dialogues, predictable plot and basically the same old story of the hero and the villain being the same version of each other, same powers and all, the difference being one being…

  • Thor: The Dark World
  • 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

    13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi


    This is Michael Bay so, either this was going to be a hit-or-a-miss

  • Infinite



    Such a great concept wasted. Shame

  • The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window


    First of all, this movie really worked hard on its technical aspects making it very beautiful. The cinemotography, the set design and the color design, all of them were top-notch.

    Sadly, the film falls flat for many reasons. The story is an incoherent mess. Feels like bunch of scenes were mashed together to form a movie. Many of the actors were painfully underused especially Gary Oldman. The twists and turns were so predictable that I could sniff them miles before…

  • Happily



    An interesting concept that totally is underwhelming through the direction and story.

    Happily is a sinister, more weirder version of Game Night.

    The characters are underdeveloped, not having enough screentime really makes them obsolete. The standouts are Joel McHale and Kerry Bishe here. Their chemistry really holds the film together.

    The film did steal some chuckles from me but not enough in making the film interesting.

    The plot is way too slow. It starts off well but it drags so,…

  • Cherry



    It's as formulaic a film can be and choosing style over substance really hinders the quality and content of the film.

    Tom Holland was brilliant though, the only notable thing in this mess of a film. You could feel his performance. So raw and energetic. The other praiseworthy aspect of the film would be its great musical score

    Otherwise, the story was unbearably slow which nearly gave me a headache. The unnecessary slow motions and uninspired direction by The Russos really let the film down.

    Anyways, 2.5/5

  • High-Rise



    The film has a great sci fi concept for a movie set in the 70s ( setting a year was unnecessary) but it tries to juggle a lot of ideas together but altogether they fail.

    The first act of the film sets the story quite well but as the story progresses it dips in quality in the second act and concluding on an abysmal third act or as u peeps call it the climax. Extensive use of music and songs…